New Futuristic Volleyball Called Bossaball

Posted: Oct 17 2006, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:10am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
New Futuristic Volleyball Called Bossaball
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Some Spanish people have created a new cool sport dubbed Bossaball combining volleyball, soccer and gymnastics on a playfield laid out with inflatable elements and trampolines.

The aim of Bossaball is similar to Volleyball, but each team has 8 contacts on its own field and can play the ball with their feet as well.

The player on the trampoline is the joker and tries to slam the ball from high above.

I4U reader Pedro has seen Bossaball in Spain and calls Bossaball a "phenomenon". He also said the audience dances around the arena, cheering and it is one big crazy thing.
The videos and photos look awesome. There is so much action that it should actually be interesting for Sports TV stations.
More details, videos and photos on the Bossaball site. Thanks Pedro for the tip.

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